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Mysterious confession fuels fears of Beijing's influence on Hong Kong's top newspaper

The South China Morning Post is being asked to explain how it obtained an interview with a young activist who was detained by Chinese authorities<p>Hong Kong’s most prestigious English-language newspaper is facing calls to explain how it obtained a controversial interview with a young Chinese activist …

Inside St Pauls House hotel, Birmingham - in pictures

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ASMR and 'head orgasms': what's the science behind it? | Pete Etchells

Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response is the technical term for what some call ‘head orgasms’, or ‘brain tingles’. But what does the research say about it?<p>Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, or ASMR, is a curious phenomenon. Those who experience it often characterise it as a tingling sensation in …

Britney Spears's Guide to Physics Is Still the Best Science Website From 1999

Its creator says, “It will probably be the only thing people remember about me.”<p>At the dawn of the millennium, something beautiful and weird emerged from the era's cultural detritus and made it onto the then-burgeoning internet: Britney Spears' Guide to Semiconductor Physics, found via the …

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Refreshing or Revolting: 2016 Mazda CX-9

Is the new CX-9 a worthy successor to the original?<p>The Mazda CX-9 is all-new for the 2016 model year, redesigned to better integrate the automaker’s Kodo design language. The large crossover is the last model in the Mazda lineup to get this design upgrade, and the new proportions make it look more …

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Inside the creation of the Microsoft Surface Book

No one saw it coming: The Surface Book, history’s first Microsoft laptop (or notebook, if you prefer). And has there ever been a more apt setting for …

NASA satellite shows black hole 'bulls-eye' eruption

NASA said its Swift satellite has imaged some of "the best dust-scattered X-ray ring images ever seen" from a black hole outburst. The V404 Cygni black hole and its companion star, about 8,000 light years away, are known to eject high-energy particles every 20 years or so. Swift's X-ray telescope …

Nude Bras That Match Dark, Medium Skin Tones

The idea that <i>nude</i> is a word used to describe a specific color is a bit perplexing because, ICYMI, the skin tone spectrum varies drastically. The issue has specific legs in the lingerie world because the very purpose of skin-tone underpinnings is that they blend in with your body, acting as an …

NASA's Mars Trek is Google Earth for the red planet

Yes, Google Earth and Street View are great for impromptu armchair traveling. But if you prefer taking a virtual jaunt somewhere literally out of this world, you might want to visit NASA's Mars Trek website instead. It's exactly what its name makes it sound like: an interactive map of the red …

Microsoft releases Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10166 to Fast ring: SDK available for download

Microsoft has just pushed out another Windows 10 preview build -- 10166 for PCs for Windows Insiders in the Fast ring -- ahead of the public release …

Apple has forgotten how to sell the iPhone

Apple has new a pair of new ads for the iPhone. I watched them, and realized that even Apple has no idea how to sell the phone anymore — it’s lost the magic of its earlier advertising.<p>Here are the two ad spots:<p>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wl3PlrPq8sw<p>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JnWCSyXLC8<p>“If …

Doris Salcedo review – an artist in mourning for the disappeared

The Colombian artist redeploys domestic objects into abstract and harrowing memorials for the victims of violence – but her work is becoming less subtle<p>More than one historical civilization had a class of official mourners: community members, often women, who wept at funerals, grieved for the dead, …